Episode 123 – WWDC, Football and Rain

As in the title – not much else happening really!

Apple possibly held back by Google for years on iOS’ Maps features, might bring turn-by-turn nav to WWDC — Engadget

iOS 6 Maps announced – shuns Google for its own creation | News | TechRadar

Apple Maps: turn-by-turn GPS, 3D Flyovers, Siri integration, traffic layers

WWDC 2012: Siri ‘Eyes Free’ Demoed On iOS 6: BMW, Audi, General Motors On Board – International Business Times

Apple updates AirPort Express at WWDC | ITProPortal.com

Mini Motor Racing for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad on the iTunes App Store

dockXtender: Dock Extender Cable for iPad, iPhone and iPod

Home automation from 50 miles away – with a Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi

This Beautiful Device Turns Your iPhone and Android Into an Ultra-Thin Laptop | Gizmodo UK

Moom · Many Tricks

500 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns & More | Open Culture

Free WiFi in Debenhams | BitterWallet

BBC Set to Save Radio With 3D Immersion Brain Trickery | Gizmodo UK

Episode 121 – Home Alone

The Wife’s out, the littl’un is in bed – so its time for Episode 121!

The Nest Thermostat Is Now for Sale at Apple Stores

The Tribez HD for iPad on the iTunes App Store

Kingdom Rush | Strategy Games | Play Free Games Online at Armor Games

HP MicroServer ProLiant N40L back to £239 – £129 with £110 cashback @ amazon.co.uk 

Saris Bones 3 Bike Boot Rack: Amazon.co.uk: Sports & Outdoors

futeko.com – Ainol Novo 7 Elf 2 White

PayPal – PayPal instore

The Amazing Race™ HD – The Game for iPad on the iTunes App Store

Driveaway Car Insurance | Free 7 Days | Quick Cover Note | Aviva



Episode 65 – “Allo, Allo!”

A bit of typical British humour, with Allo, Allo, briefly discussed, along with Burn’s night and “Air” with everything!


AirView for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store

Index of /ftp/AirPlay

Cobra Electronics Corporation: Cobra PhoneTag™

iModZone Downloads: iOS 4.3

Download Squad – Gadgets, Gizmos, Reviews and Downloads

English mom wins $10,000 iTunes card App Store prize | iPodNN

Home – skobbler – smart apps and more based on the OpenStreetMap – OSM

Robert Burns’ Complete Works Released On I-Phone App

Mac Month: Bundle 3 of 4: That’s Entertainment! for $19 ($165 value)

CyanogenMod 7 is testing in the wild, bringing Gingerbread to 14 more Android devices

Android 2.3 Gingerbread running on iPhone 3G (video)

Western Digital 1TB USB 2.0 MyBook Studio External Hard Drive with FireWire 800: Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories

Episode 64 – “When I’m 64!”

A bit of Beatles at the beginning of tonights show, with some news in the middle, and I finish with a Stellar App.

BBC News – Mini adventure: how far can an electric car go?

addPod – JuicePhone

Family Tree Maker For Mac – Everyone has a family. Every family has a story.  Family Tree Maker® For Mac can help you find yours!

Check your iTunes account, it could have been sold in China | BitterWallet

T-Mobile data cap angers smartphone users (updated) | Technology | guardian.co.uk

How to Get Tomorrow’s iOS Features Today


Studio Neat: The Glif

Thieves damage South African traffic lights, reach for the juicy SIM card innards — Engadget

Bluetooth v1.4 ELM327 Diagnostic interface OBD2 CAN BT on eBay

TuneIn Radio

Movie Triangles for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store

Solar Walk – 3D Solar System Model

Episode 52 – Zombies on my Lawn

A plethora of news articles for your personal delight! Ranging from iPhone Glass to Zombies!

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Connectify – Turn your Windows 7 laptop into a Wi-Fi Hotspot

Apple “Back to the Mac” Event Oct. 20: New OS X and MacBook Air?

Sonic 4 Episode 1: It’s SONIC on Your IPHONE

Seven Thoughts on Windows Phone 7 1. Microsoft deserves a lot of credit for… – gdgt

I Hate Ryanair

HotUKDeals – 12V / 24V Car Cigar Lighter Socket to USB Adapter £1.49 delivered @ 7dayshop

JustGiving for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad on the iTunes App Store

What “Free Public WiFi” Is and Why You Should Avoid It

iTunes “Top 25 Most Played” Playlist – HELP – Mac Forums

Episode 49 – Yesterday on Tomorrow’s World

The nights are drawing in, and I get a whiff of nostalgia discussing CDs and Sky+ on Tomorrow’s world. Also a review of an LED projector – the Samsung H03, and the iLuv screen protector for the iPad. Also a review on fictfact.com.

Fact deathgrip spoils Mail on Sunday iPhone scam story | Technology | News & Comment | The First Post

Ping Now Works With Your Actual iTunes Library. This Is A Thousand Times Better

Apple Opens Up: Subtle iTunes 10.0.1 Update Makes Ping Immensely More Useful

11 Astounding Sci-Fi Predictions That Came True

FictFact – Track Your Fiction Book Series

HD Wallpapers

Samsung H03 LED Projector

iLuv Screen Protector for iPad

Episode 44 – Hands off my Blackberry!

News from the Tech World includes an update on the RIM situation in the UAE. Also Apple opens it’s 300th store. I talk about the impending arrival of my Android phone and recommend a VPN service.

Hold your meetings online for just $49 a month Try GoToMeeting free.

BBC News – Saudi accord to prevent ban on Blackberry ‘in sight’

Official: iPhone 4 jailbreak hits from iPhone Dev Team (updated with video) — Engadget

JailbreakMe 2.0

16 Reasons to Jailbreak Your iPhone or iPod Touch NOW

Grand opening of Apple’s 300th retail store brings Covent Garden to a standstill – Digital Lifestyle – Macworld UK

Tour of the biggest Apple store in the world – Holy Kaw!

10 Entertaining eBay Facts You Might Not Know

Apple (United Kingdom) – Apple Battery Charger – The energy-efficient way to power your accessories.

HTC – Products – HTC Wildfire – Overview

Unlock Wildfire? – Android Forums

Amazon Discount Finder: Find hidden 75%-off deals & more…

Invisible Browsing VPN – free and premium US and UK VPN service

PC and Mac compatible game – Starcraft II – Free Delivery – Tesco Entertainment

Android 1.5 update available today gives users video filming | T3 magazine

The latest software upgrade packs an Android-shaped punch for Google

Any of the 100,000 people in the UK who have bought an Android G1 handset are in for a big surprise today, with update 1.5 offering video filming, a newly-redesigned messaging service, and a sparkling new Gmail to name just a few features.

Android G1 review


It takes a minute to update, with most G1 phones doing it automatically. The video filming feature is called ‘camcorder’, and is extremely easy to use, with a little film logo in the bottom right corner, which once touched, will start recording. The previously-shot footage will be displayed in a little window in the top right corner.

Videos can now be played in MPEG-4 and 3GP format, and uploaded quickly with the new ‘share’ button, which will let you send your videos via Gmail, SMS (though we wouldn’t recommend it), and YouTube. You can add a title, description and tags to the YouTube file before uploading.

Google is also pushing its Picasa photo sharing website on Android users, with all photos now able to be uploaded to Picasa with a caption, and can be added to specific albums if needed.

Messaging has been given an overhaul, with a cleaner feel, and the addition of an on-screen keyboard, so you don’t have to yank the qwerty keyboard out. It works well, with predictive text options being offered. Gmail’s ‘archive’, ‘labels’ and ‘delete’ tabs are permanent floating fixtures on the email screen now, instead of residing down the bottom like the previous update offered.

Update 1.5 for Android G1 handsets is available from today, and is being rolled out on handsets over the next few weeks. HTC Magic mobiles, which went on sale last Friday, have all these features out of the box.

via Android 1.5 update available today gives users video filming | T3 magazine.